Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Where-To-Go Wednesday - Glow Golf and Jersey Boys

What: Glow Golf

Where: 54 Chambersbridge Road
             Brick, NJ
             (and various other locations around the country)
             ( see web-site below for specific locations)

Who: All ages
Mom's view. Glow Golf is miniature golf played inside in the dark. Of course, it is not completely in the dark the course is filled with glowing holes, obstacles and decor. This makes the courses as pretty to look at as they are to play on. Glow Golf is the perfect game for this time of year since it's not played outside, and you don't have to worry about snow, ice or cold. It is also a great game for families to play together because larger or smaller or weaker or stronger doesn't necessarily give you an advantage. The Glow Golf we attended had two complete courses and offered three complete games for the price of one. You could play one on each course and choose one of them to play an additional game on. However, since it is our understanding that Glow Golf locations are independently owned and operated, this may not be true of all locations. Still, I am sure other locations probably have special offers of their own and no matter which location you attend Glow Golf is a fun game for the whole family. 
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What: Jersey Boys

Where: August Wilson Theatre
            245 W. 52nd St.
            New York, NY 

Who:  Teens and up

Mom's view: If you want to see a really fun show with catchy familiar tunes go see, Jersey Boys. Jersey Boys is the story of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons. It was the Tony Award winning musical of  2006. It was one of the original if not the original jukebox musical. If you like sixties music especially Frank Valli and The Four Seasons music, you will love the show. If you are only looking for a concert, without any story, this is the wrong show for you. However, if you don't go because of that you will be missing out on a good show starring a talented cast of actors.  Although the music is catchy and the show is fun, I would not recommend the show for young children because of language and some situations. There is quite a lot of cursing in the show. However despite that, all in all, it is a highly entertaining show, one whose songs my family has literally not been able to stop singing even though we saw the show over five months ago.
And that's Mom's view. Tune in tomorrow for more about Glow Golf and Jersey Boys.

Photo credits: All Jersey Boys photos by Joan Marcus

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